Ten Dollar Broadway Tickets and More Part of New "Access Roundabout" Program

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The Roundabout Theatre Company furthers its initiative to offer lower-priced seats to theatregoers with the announcement of "Access Roundabout."

The nonprofit's multi-faceted audience development plan will designate "over 22,000 affordable tickets as low as $10," according to a release.

The company will also re-launch the HIPTIX program ("for young professionals and students") and will offer rush and reduced-price children tickets.

The provisions of Access Roundabout follow:

  • $10 Previews
    100 mezzanine tickets will be sold for $10 for the first preview of Roundabout's Broadway shows


  • Roundabout Underground
    Tickets for all shows at Roundabout Underground (5,456 total seats) will be $20
  • HIPTIX "New And Improved"
    Members (ages 18-35) can buy $20 seats (16,400 tickets to be sold)
  • Rush Policies & Tickets for Children
    Student rush mezzanine tickets available for day of performance for $21.25-$26.25; children ages 17 and under can access half-price tickets for all performances All of the above options are available by calling (212) 719-1300 or online at roundabouttheatre.org. For more on HIPTIX and Roundabout Underground, visit hiptix.com and roundaboutunderground.com

    Scheduled to play in the Roundabout season — at its three theatres (American Airlines Theatre, Studio 54 and Laura Pels Theatre) — are Terrence McNally's The Ritz starring Rosie Perez and Kevin Chamberlin; George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion with Claire Danes and Jefferson Mays; J.T. Rogers' The Overwhelming; Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps; Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Sunday in the Park with George starring Daniel Evans and Jenna Russell; and Christopher Durang's The Marriage of Bette and Boo.

    Stephen Karam's Speech & Debate plays at the new black-box Roundabout Underground space.

    The company's national tour of Reginald Rose's Twelve Angry Men continues for its second year.

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